We need to address the credibility problem for scientists. That means engaging with the public about several key parts of the profession.
Posts Tagged: credibility
Credibility is the only currency in town, as the old saying goes. Here’s why you should prioritize credibility in your government work.
The basic question that I ask when answering whether I consider someone a leader or not is whether people are following them.
I wanted to share this post with GovLoopers because it’s relevant to communicating both on behalf of — and to — government agencies. Would love to hear your thoughts: Part of being a good communicator is bridging the legitimacy gap with your audience. If you send a brochure or a blog post to an ArmyRead… Read more »
By now, most government communicators have probably seen the Edelman Trust Barometer summaries that keep highlighting that trust in government fell once again. This sounds really terrible for those of us who communicate for the government, but looking deeper into the report shows that this is actually an opportunity for us rather than a problem.Read… Read more »
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here. Now that I’m getting back in the saddle, I’m starting with something simple… When I was at UNC, I remember volunteering as a jury member in a mock trial for the law school. I sat and watched six law students argue a case and I helpedRead… Read more »
This is a video tutorial I created to help share the web performance measurement strategy shown in my previous blog post. It’s called Developing Client-centric Government Sites. If you don’t see anything above, maybe you can check it out on vimeo : http://www.vimeo.com/10567707 Modified from original posted: usability4government.wordpress.com/2010/02/05/creating-citizen-focused-sites/
There are over 3100 people signed up on GovLoop. And its more than likely you know some of these online friends in real life or feel like you know them via twitter. So with these connections, why not give someone you know on GovLoop a recommendation on LinkedIN. It only takes a few minutes toRead… Read more »